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Modern day recording and post-production processes require a high degree of flexibility combined with co-compromise audio signal quality.

The WR-8616 fulfills both these requirements and more with innovative electronic design and rugged steel construction. The versatile mainframe combined with a variety of modules allow this console to be tailored to either recording, post-production applications or a combination thereof.

This approach facilitates interfacing with a wide variety of equipment such as tape cartridge machines, 2 to 16 track tape machines and up to 16 microphones. Six channels of remote play/stop controls allow convenient cueing of tape cartridge machines, turntables, etc.

The WR-8616 is design to perform all its functions efficiently and effectively, minimizing re-patching and set-up time. Such cost effectiveness can be a real selling point in today's competitive industrial climate.


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